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'Adventure Time - Frost & Fire'
(DVD / NR / 2015 / Cartoon Network)

Overview: Things are heating up as Flame Princess and Ice King battle it out in the latest Adventure Time DVD release, 'Adventure Time: Frost & Fire'!

DVD Verdict: For those not in the know - er, where have YOU been?! - 'Adventure Time: Frost & Fire' is the brandís latest DVD release and joins the best-selling Adventure Time complete seasons one through four, as well as existing episodic releases, 'Adventure Time: Finn the Human,' 'Adventure Time: Jake the Dad,'' Adventure Time: Jake vs. Me-Mow,' 'Adventure Time: My Two Favorite People,' and 'Adventure Time: It Came From the Nightosphere,' among others.

Ergo, Cartoon Network's latest adventure to his DVD is 'Adventure Time - Frost & Fire,' which for all those playing along at home is actually from Season 5 and is Episode 30 therein. But wait, because the "Frost & Fire" DVD not only features one scorching smackdown, but a total of 16 sizzling adventure time episodes also!

Here in 'Adventure Time - Frost & Fire,' Ice King (Tom Kenny) thinks he's soooo cool, and that really burns up Flame Princess (Jessica DiCicco). All the while, Finn (Jeremy Shada) is the one feeding the fire between these two elemental titans.

What's that, you are still new to this series and need help figuring it all out?! Well, ok, here ya go: Created by Pendleton Ward, the Adventure Time television series is an original animated comedy from Cartoon Network that follows the everyday adventures of unlikely heroes Finn the Human and his best friend, the shape-shifting dog Jake, as they travel across the Land of Ooo and encounter its unique inhabitants. There, hopefully that has no gotten ll you newbies to Adventure Time right on track with this deliriously excellent-at-all-times TV show. This is a Widescreen Presentation (1.78:1) enhanced for 16x9 TVs.